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  • 1.  
  • 2.  
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  • 4.
    • We would like to achieved a certain Personality that is focused, balanced and in harmony with nature as a whole for the glory of our Creator
  • 5.
    • Personalities are the products of many factors and conditions which we have inherited or which exist in our environment
  • 6.
    • Physical looks
    • Thoughts
    • Memories
    • Feelings
    • Motives
    • Reactions
    • Experiences
    • Dreams and wishes for the future
  • 7.
    • To develop our personality, we must understand that we have more than just one personality
  • 8.
    • Inborn
    • Acquired
    • Voice
  • 9.
    • What you want to be…
    • How do you want other people to see you
  • 10.
    • I am __________ and I want other people to see me as ___________
  • 11. Personalities consist of our emotions, memory, thoughts, physical look, dreams, imaginations, reactions, attitudes,habit, etc.
  • 12. Personalities = given by birth = acquired
  • 13.
    • Now think, what is that personality that you want to be…
  • 14.
    • What is that Personality
    • that you want to develop…
  • 15.
    • … the Personality that you want other people to see in you…
  • 16. explore...
  • 17. discover...
  • 18. within...
  • 19.  
  • 20. BODY
  • 21.
    • Rich in unsaturated fats, shown to keep cholesterol levels healthy. Contain melatonin which may help sleep-wake cycles
  • 22.
    • Contain vitamin A to help maintain healthy eyes. Good source of iron and high in fibre
  • 23.
    • full of omega 3 and 6, rich in lecithin to help digestion and fat metabolism. High source of lignans, helping support women’s health
  • 24.
    • Naturally cholesterol free – to help maintain a healthy heart. High in protein and fibre, and packed with E and B vitamins, magnesium and calcium. May aid weight loss
  • 25.
    • Full of fibre for good digestion and natural sugar champion to balance sugar levels in the blood to prevent cravings. Good source of calcium and iron
  • 26.
    • Maintain bowel regularity which can help ensure healthy digestion and bowel. Good for overall health
  • 27.
    • Packed with zinc which help support men’s health. Rich in phosphorous and magnesium for bone health. High in iron and B vitamins
  • 28.
    • Rich in essential B vitamins which help release energy from our food. An abundant source of vitamin E which help protect cell membranes
  • 29.
    • Selenium-rich, an important mineral to ensure healthy immune system and thyroid function. Full of phosphorous and magnesium for bone health
  • 30.
    • Contain heart healthy monounsaturated fatty acids and rich in vitamins and minerals that support bones and joints
  • 31.
    • Rich in folate and fibre
  • 32.
    • -low in fat and high in omega oils and essential fatty acids needed for concentration and brain function, to keep cells, joints and heart healthy
  • 33.
    • Bananas, mashed potatoes, baked sweet potatoes and vegetable soups
  • 34.
    • Porridge oats are sustaining to the nervous system, and celery and lettuce have a calming effect
  • 35.
    • Fruits, oily fish and steamed vegetables help the body to cope with stress
  • 36.
    • Eggs, whole grains, spinach, broccoli, avocado and dairy products
  • 37.
    • Posture
  • 38.
    • Fashion
  • 39.
    • Different Body Shapes
  • 40.
    • Apple Shape – big top and small bottom
  • 41.
    • Cut
    • -go straight
    • -avoid frothy blouses because they add bulk
    • -wear tops w/ V-neck or asymmetric (irregular) colors
    • -straight knee-length skirts
    • -straight cut jeans
  • 42.
    • Do not use skin-tight fabrics
    • for gown use silk & satin
    • use capes to draw attention to your back instead to your tummy
    • colors for men: deep khakis & muted (pale) pink
  • 43.
    • Pear Shape – small top & big bottom
  • 44.
    • A-cut skirts
    • use tops that ends in the hipline
    • concentrate on accessories from waist up
    • use big earrings, necklaces or shawl or hats to steer focus on top
  • 45.
    • wear stretch fabrics that hold
    • don’t wear printed or high gloss fabrics as bottom
    • stay away from all white, pencil skirts or flat shoes
  • 46.
    • Tall Shape – straight all the way
  • 47.
    • -beware of fit
    • -use long scarves for women
    • -use oversized tweeds (fabrics made of wool)
    • -use big floral prints
    • -use light hues on top and dark colors on bottom
    • for gown: use chiffon
  • 48.
    • try long loose tops
    • use glitzy sandals for women
    • use boots for men
    • stay away from jumpers
    • stay away from ultra short dresses
    • stay away from ultra short shorts for men
  • 49.
    • Petite Shape – small top and small bottom
  • 50.
    • -For long skirts - show at least 3-4 inches of legs
    • -use zip front jackets
    • -use monochromatic hue
    • -limit prints to tops
  • 51.
    • -stay away from large multi-color prints
    • -stay away from maxi (big) skirts or big pants
    • -stay away from big jackets
  • 52.
    • DRESS PROPERLY FOR THE OCCASSION
  • 53.
    • IF YOU HAVE IT, FLAUNT IT..
  • 54.
    • HIDE WHAT YOU ALREADY HAVE AND ACCENTUATE WHAT YOU DON’T HAVE
  • 55.
    • IS TO MAINTAIN BALANCE
  • 56.
    • Fashion
  • 57.
    • … is Stylish Dressing
  • 58.
    • explore
  • 59.
    • create…
  • 60.
    • discover…
  • 61.
    • Your artistry within…
  • 62.
    • COLORS
  • 63.
    • 6am-11am
    • white / blue
    • (light shades)
  • 64.
    • 11am-2pm
    • yellow, light brown, pink
    • (light shades)
  • 65.
    • 3pm-5pm
    • orange, gold,
    • dark brown
  • 66.
    • 6pm-8pm
    • purple
  • 67.
    • 8pm onwards
    • black
  • 68.
    • 3pm-5pm
    • orange, gold,
    • dark brown
  • 69.
    • 6pm-8pm
    • purple
  • 70.
    • 8pm onwards
    • black
  • 71.
    • Why are you here?
  • 72.
    • Of all the good values available, list down the most appealing values to you
  • 73.  
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  • 77.
    • Firm
    • Fixed
    • Solid
  • 78.
    • Unreliable
    • Unstable
    • Loose our self
    • Loose our leadership
  • 79.
    • … Conflict within oneself
    • … Conflict outside oneself
    • … Conflict within your circle
    • … friends or families, etc.
  • 80.
    • If there is conflict…
    • then there is no peace…
  • 81.
    • Will Result to:
    • = Consistency of your personality
    • = Consistency of your character
    • = Consistency of how YOU want other people to see you
  • 82.
    • What are the conflicts that you see, feel or think that prevents you from being consistent with your values?
  • 83.
    • Value point (find the dot)
  • 84.
    • Guide:
    • Who are the Types of People?
    • What kind of Situations?
    • Where does it usually happen?
    • When does it usually happen?
    • Why does it happen?
    • How did it happen?
  • 85.
    • With those Types of People?
    • With those Kinds of Situations?
    • How do you do it?
  • 86.
    • VOICE PERSONALITY
    • VALUE
    • PERSONAL ACTIVITIES TO DO FOR ONE WEEK TO ACHIEVE IT
    • TIMETABLE
  • 87.
    • Texture is
    • firm,
    • fixed and
    • measurable.
    • Inspiration is time.
    • Movement is second
  • 88.  
  • 89.
    • Be sensitive to what is going on around you
  • 90.
    • 8 basic efforts:
    • Float
    • Glide
    • Slash
    • Wring
    • Punch
    • Press
    • Dab
    • Flick